Saudi Petrochemical Companies are to oppose the Anti-dumping Duties (ADD) that China will impose on Saudi methanol imports

August 2009
Chemical Business;Aug2009, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p87
Trade Publication
The article reports the opposition of major Saudi petrochemical companies to China's recommendation of imposing anti-dumping duties (ADD) against Saudi Arabia-based companies allegedly dumping methanol products into the Chinese market. Penalties range from 30% to 60% depending on the chemical's point of origin. It also says Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) is cooperating with its government's ministry of commerce to resolve the issue amicably.


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